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Frequently Asked Questions

Login and Registration Issues
  1. Why can't I log in?
  2. Why do I get logged off automatically?
User Preferences and Settings
  1. How do I change my settings?
Businesses
  1. What are Businesses?
  2. How do I signup for a Businesses?
  3. How do I view Businesses?
  4. I have a business that would benefit from online scheduling. How do I add my business?
Documentation Naming Conventions
  1. How are menu items referenced?
  2. How are buttons referenced?


Login and Registration Issues
  1. Why can't I log in?  Back to top
    Have you registered? Seriously, you must register in order to log in. Have you been locked? (A message will be displayed if you have.) If so, you should contact the webmaster to find out why. If you have registered and are not locked and you still cannot log in then check and double-check your username and password. Usually this is the problem; if not, contact the webmaster.

  2. Why do I get logged off automatically?  Back to top
    The site will only keep you logged in for a preset time. This prevents misuse of your account by anyone else. You will also be logged off if the site is set to read-only mode by an administrator.

User Preferences and Settings
  1. How do I change my settings?  Back to top
    All your settings (if you are registered) are stored in the database. To alter them click the Account > Modify link. This will allow you to change all your settings.

Businesses
  1. What are Businesses?  Back to top
    Businesses are an individual, event or company offering times that can be interactively scheduled.

  2. How do I signup for a Businesses?  Back to top


  3. How do I view Businesses?  Back to top


  4. I have a business that would benefit from online scheduling. How do I add my business?  Back to top


Documentation Naming Conventions
  1. How are menu items referenced?  Back to top
    Generally noted as Header > Menu item > Sub-menu item. Italicized with ">" seperating menu levels. Possibly underlined as a link.

  2. How are buttons referenced?  Back to top
    Generally noted as Button name. Underlined. Menu items are special buttons that follow menu item naming conventions when appearing as a button.

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